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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 19.

FOUR

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ank Lead Grows;
t's Braves in NL
White Sox Blow Another One in Ninth;
Mlwaukee Wins To Pass Cardinals

SPORT SHORTS?
Stoneham Says Giants
Will Definitely Move

By The Associated Press
DETROIT' - Relief ace Bob
im put down an eight-inning
itroit'Tiger rally with a dazzling
splay of clutch pitching as the1
ew York Yankess gained a 3-2
me-from-behind triumph over
e Detroit Tigers yesterday.
Yogi Berra and Hank Bauer de-
rered key hits in the Yankees'{
ghth inning when the defending
orld champions scored three
mes. The triumph, coupled with
hicago's loss to Baltimore, en-
pled the Bombers to open upna1
re-game American League leadl
-their biggest of the season. c
Braves 4, Phillies 2
PHIL4DELPHIA-Red Schoen-
enst started three double-plays
id Del Rice batted in three runs,
pping the Milwaukee Braves'
meback drive into first place
st night with a 4-2 victory over
Le Philadelphia Phillies.
The Braves, rebounding from a
.nching 20-4 defeat by the
rooklyn Dodgers Monday night,
oved into first place by one
ame over St. Louis. The Cards,
ho held a one-percentage-point
ad over the Milwaukeeans before
esterday's action, lost to Brook-
1.
* * *
Orioles 6, White Sox 2
CHICAGO - The second-place
hicago White Sox, who make a
ractice of blowing games in the
,te innings, did it again yester-
The Baltimore Orioles unrav-
ed lefty Jack Harshman in the
inth inning for five runs, two
)ming on Billy Goodman's bases-
aded pinch single, for a 6-2 tri-
mph over the White Sox.
* * *
Dodgers 10, Cardinals 9
BROOKLYN - Brooklyn
ropped St. Louis into a second-
lace tie in the wild National
eague race yesterday by scoring
n unearned run in the 11th in-
ing on an error by rookie Eddie.
Lasko for a 10-9 victory.
Redlegs 2, Giants 1
NEW YORK - Gus Bell did it
11 by himself yesterday with a
wo-run homer and a pair of
ingles in. Cincinnati's 2-1 victory
Organization
Notices

over New York although Raul
Sanchez had to sniff out a ninth-
inning Giant rally to save Johnny
Klippstein.
* * *
Senators 4, Indians 0
CLEVELAND - Camilo Pascual
pitched a three-hit shutout as the
Washington Senators blanked the
Cleveland Indians, 4-0, yesterday.
* * *
Red Sox 3, Athletics 1
KANSAS CITY -- Ted Williams
backed up Tom Brewer's five-hit
pitching yesterday with a run-
scoring triple in the third inning
that proved the winning marker
as the Boston Red Sox defeated
the Kansas City Athletics, 3-1.
* *
Pirates 6, Cubs 5
PITTSBURGH - The Pitts-
burgh Pirates cashed in on one of
their patented - but usually use-
less - ninth-inning rallies yes-
terday by scoring four runs to
squeak past the Chicago Cubs, 6-5.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Horace Stone-
ham, owner of the New York Gi-
ants, said yesterday "this i$ our
last year in New York."
Stoneham made the statement
at a press conference in the Polo
Grounds following his return
home from Washington, D.C.,
where Wednesday he had testi-
fied before a house antitrust com-
mittee.
"I will recommend to the club's
board of directors that we move
out after the close of the present
season," he said.
Bolt Highlights PGA
DAYTON, Ohio - Co-favorites
Sam Snead and Doug Ford
slammed into the fourth round of
the PGA golf tournament yester-
day but the loudest clap of thun-
der came from an explosive gen-
tleman named Tommy Bolt.
Bolt fired a'two-under-par 69 to
eliminate Gene Littler in a morn-
ing match, 1 up, then turned his
big guns on Eldon Briggs of Lan-
sing, Mich., winning by the most
one-sided margin of the tourna-
ment, 7 and 6.
Snead feasted on a. pair of el-
derly gentlemen, beating 58-yr.-
old Al Watrous of Birmingham,
Mich., 4 and 3, and then conquer-
ing 47-yr.-old John Thoren of
South Hampton, Mass. 3 and 2.
Ford, the grim-working Masters
champion, erased Jim Quinnup of
Lafayette, Ind., 4 and 3, and then
beat Bob Gida of Bloomfield Hills,
Mich., 3 and 2.

Courts Tennis Tournament by
trimming James Schmidt of Beau-
mont, Tex., 8-6, 6-2,
Highlightingthe day's action
were the upsegs of Australia's top
amateurs, Ashley Cooper and
Negle Fraser, by a pair of Amer-
icans.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Continued from Page 2)

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A, Angell Hall. in partial fulfillment
of the requirements for the Master of
Music degree. Miss Sherman studies
oboe with Florian Mueller, and her
program, including works by Loeillet,
Bach, Telemann, Piston and Masade-
sus, will be open to the public.
Student Recital: Marleta Blitch, pi-
anist, in partial fulfillment of the re-
quirements for the degree of Master of
Music degree at 8:30 p.m. Mon., July 22
in the Rackham Assembly Hall. A pu-
pil of Joseph Brinkman, Mrs. Blitch
will perform works by Bach, Dello Joio,
Schubert, and Franck. Open to the
public.
Academic Notices
Students, College of Engineering: The
final day for dropping courses without
record will be Fri., July 19. A course
may be dropped only with the permis-
sion of the Classifier after conference
with the instructor.
Doctoral Examination for Harry Eu-
gene Stubbs, Jr., Chemical Engineering;
thesis: "Heat and Momentum Transfer
from the Wall of a Porous Tube," Sat.,
July 20, 3201 East Engineering Building,
at 9:30 a.m. Chairman, S. W. Churchill.
Doctoral Examination for John Gor-
don Redd, Education; thesis: "A Study
of Static Dynamometer Strength in
Boys Ten to Twelve Years of Age,"
Mon., July 22, East Council Room,
Rackham Bldg., at 10:00 a.m. Chair-
man, P. A. Hunsicker.
Placement Notices
The following vacancies are listed
with, the Bureau of Appointments for
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the 1957-58 school year. They will not
be here to interview at this time.
Albion, Michigan Elementary; Jr.
and Sr. High Industrial Arts; Special
Education (Vocal Music, Speech Cor-
rection).
Caledonia, Michigan - 5th grade; 7th
grade.
Farmington, Michigan - Elementary;
JHS full time librarian; JHS General
Science.
Howell, Michigan-Elem. Art, Speech;
Latin; Mechanical Drawing; Jr. Mathe-
matics.
Inkster, Michigan-Elementary (1-6);
Physics/General Science or 8th grade
Math; 9th and 10th English; Any two
of 7th Social Studies/Science/English.
New Haven, Michigan -- Elementary
(st or 3rd).
Milford, Michigan-Elementary (Kdg.
1st, 3rd, 5th).
Milwaukee 11, Wisconsin - Part time
Librarian; History/Mathematics/Coach-
ing; 6th grade.
Monroe, Michigan - Elementary (1st-
6th); Typing/Shorthand; Mathematics;
Auto Mechanics.

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Monroe, Michigan - Elementary and
Jr. High Girls' Physical Education.
Pittsford, Michigan - Band Instruc-
tor - Band Instructor; Coach/Jr. High
Science.
Sandusky, Michigan -- Elementary
and High vocal Music.
St. Clair, Michigan - Mathematics;
Elementary.
West Branch, Michigan - Jr. Mathe-
matics.
Wolverine, Michigan - Instrumental
Music.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
489.
Personnel Requests:
Parker Pen Co., Jonesville, Wisconsin,
is interested in Chemists, Ceramists,
Plastics Engrs., Mech., Metal, and
Chem. Engrs.
Chrysler Corp., Defense Engr. Div.,
Detroit, Mich., needs experienced men
in Mech. E. with suspension and steer-
ing, Aero. E. for aircraft and missile
design, and Optical Mech. E.

Univ. of Alabama has an opening for
an instructor to teach Statistics and
Plant Layout. Must have MS. but will
consider a man with a BS if he is work-
ing on the MS degree.
Iowa Electric Light and Power, Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, is looking for men to
work in Sales, Acctg., Managing, De-
signing Engrg., Planning, Rate Engrg.,
and as District Engrs.
Whirlpool Corp., St. Joseph, Mich.,
needs Elect. anid Mech. Engri. for a
training program in Research and De-
sign.
Burroughs Corp., Electronic Instru-
ments Div., Philadelphia, Pa., has a
vacancy for a supervisor of computer
engineering to direct engineering des
velopment of digital computer equip-
ment, etc.
Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry
Dock Co., Newport News, Va., needs
Mech., Metal., Elect., and Civil E. for
Design, Research and Development, and
for a staff training program.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
Bldg., Ext. 3371.

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Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. +GB
New York 57 28 .671 -
Chicago 52 33 .612 5
Boston 46 41 .529 12
Cleveland 44 42 .512 13/
Detroit 42 44 .488 15/
Baltimore 41 44 .482 16
Kansas City 32 53 .376 25
Washington 30 59 .337 29
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 4, Cleveland 0
Baltimore 6, Chicago 2
Boston 3, Kansas City 1
New York 3, Detroit 2
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
New York at Cleveland (N) --- Ford
(4-1) vs. Mossi (7-3).
Boston at Chicago (N) -- Sisler
(7-5) vs. Pierce (13-6).
Baltimore at Kansas City (1) -
Johnson (7-6) vs. Garver (4-8).
Washington at Detroit (N)-Ramos
(6-7) vs. Foytack (9-9),.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee 50 37 .575.-
St. Louis 48 37 .565 1
Brooklyn 47 37 .560, 1'
Philadelphia 48 38 .558 12
Cincinnati 48 39 .552 2
New York 40 46 .465 9%
Pittsburgh 33 55 .375 1712
Chicago 28 53 .346 19
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 10, St. Louis 9 (11 innings)
Milwaukee 4, Philadelphia 2
Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 5
Cincinnati 2, New York 1
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N) - V.
McDaniel -(4-1) vs. Law (5-4).
Cincinnati" at Philadelphia (N) --
Nuxhall (3-5) vs. Sanford (12-2).
Chicago at Brooklyn (2, twi-night)
-Elston (2-2) and Poholsky (1-4) vs.
Koufax (4-9) and Maglie (3-2).
Milwaukee at New York (N) - Con-
ley (2-4) vs. Antonelli (9-7).
I-M SOFTBALL
Cooley House 10,' Pill-Pushers 1
Med Sox 19, Ghosts 6
Sociology 19, Auto Lab 17
Hardrocks 13, Cooley 9
Chemistry "B" 10, TV 9

Delta Theta Phi, Party, 1212 Hill.
Sun., July 21
International Student Assoc., picnic,
Bishop Lake.
Applications for Engineering Re-
search Institute Fellowships to be
awarded for the faillsemester, 1957-
1958, are now being accepted in the
office oftthe Graduate School. The sti-
pend is $1,125 per semester. Application
forms are available from the Graduate
School. Only applicants who have been
employed by the Institute for at least
one year on at least a half-time basis
are eligible. Applications and support-
ing material are due in the office of
the Graduate Schol not later than
4:00 p.m., Mon., Aug. 19, 1957.
Lectures
Dr. Wayne W. Umbreit, Associate Di-
rector of the Merck Institute for Thera-
peutic Research, Rahway, N.J., will
speak on "Comparative Cellular Physi-
ology" at 3:30 p.m., Fri., July 19, in
Room 1300, Chemistry Building. Aus-
pices of the Department of Bacteri-
ology.
Concerts
Student Recital, 8:30 p.m. Sun., July
21, by Sylvia Sherman, oboist, in Aud.

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Restaurants You Will Enjoy
This' Weekend

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LUNCH and DINNERS Fine Salads & Sandwiches
FAMOUS FOR ROAST BEEF
Serving your favorite Beer, Wines and Champagne--
'2045 PACKARD NO 2-1661
Catering at Your Home or Hall Henry Turner, Prop.

LEO
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For an
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aduate Outing Club:
Supper, Sunday, July
, Rackham.
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Swimming
21 at 2:00

Our chefs are ready to prepare the most delicious food
for your enjoyment.
You will be served the finest in
Cantonese and American food
TAKE-OUTi ORDERS ANY TIME

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Hillel: Friday evening services, July
19, 7:30 at Hillel. Supper Club, July 21.,
6:00 p.m. at Hillel. Phone NO 3-4129 for
reservations.
International Students Association
Picnic: July 21, Bishop Lake. Leave In-
ternational Center at 10 a.m., transpor-
tation provided if necessary. Games,
swimming, entertainment. American
students invited to meet students from
other lands. $1 per person includes food
and . transportation, Interested persons
see Helen Tjotis, Room 18, Int'l Center,
Ext. 3358.

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LEO PING
118 West Liberty
Phone NO 2-5624

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Newman Club: Dance, July 19, 9 to _ nU.S__23_ _ _SouOf Packard Rd
12 p.m. Refreshments, free. On
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takes pleasure in announcing
an addition to their menu
of fine foods

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IT'S "FINDERS KEEPERS" during this once-in-a-
summertime sale, for with this price we're featuring
we can't accept returns or exchanges. Many, many
of these beautiful fashions are going 'way below
cost
YOU'LL FIND silk prints - rayons - cottons -
linens - suit dresses - one-piece dresses - Sun-
backs - with jackets.
Also Groups Rayon Suits, Duster Coats
DON'T WAIT, be among the early shoppers and
carry home the fashion plums you'll be boasting of

Dine at WEBER'S

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will be served daily
from 11 A.M. to 1 A.M.
in our new dining room
"THE DUCHESS ROOM"
Expertly prepared by our special pizza pie maker and
baked in new modern ovens to give you
the "best tasting pizza in town."

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